The study of space exploration may give us great scope of God’s creation and human benefits. We have knowledge that Velcro originated from NASA. In any case, why try spending this cash investigating space and discovering there was water on Mars sooner or later in the last couple of thousand years (we have water in Earth) when these same incredible personalities could be connected to discovering better approaches to power mankind’s voracious longing for vitality, to bolstering the starving millions around the world, and by and large improving life down here before gazing upward into the sky. It appears the legitimate forces have their minds path, far up in another place (Tasker, 2004).
The needs of humankind ought to dependably start things out. While there are individuals on Earth who need help, they ought to be helped, as opposed to seeing cash spent on sending robots onto different planets. Mankind is the most obvious need; keeping humankind alive is a need. Then again, space investigation is a yearning. On the off chance that we put our goals before our needs, then everybody misses out on a superior way of life. Indeed, it’s extraordinary that NASA can raise innovation to the following level over a long period of time, so why not make innovation that specifically advantages us? What’s more, as there are millions round the world who are starving to death, when individuals spend more cash on space innovation they ought to acknowledge they are the executioners. Additionally, why take so much time and cash to find out about Mars or some other planet, when we know so minimal about our own? We ought to take in more about Earth and the sea before squandering time and cash on Space investigation (Dator, 2012).
There have been no immediate advantages from space travel; the main ‘great things’ to originate from it are backhanded, and not the end points. NASA weren’t going for velcro, however the moon. We got velcro, the moon gave us nothing aside from some lovely photos of the planet underneath. Researchers and innovators could give us the same by-items for a great deal less cost if the related space investigation was expelled from the mathematical statement. All the by-results of the space race could have been created by business organizations intending to make a benefit by growing great items and offering them, at a small amount of the expense: the Post-it note is perhaps as helpful as velcro, however was produced by 3M at a small amount of the expense. Besides, a considerable measure of the “advances” space investigation convey us is superfluous to day by day life: why try burning through cash adding to a pen that works in zero-gravity the greater part of the world’s 6 billion individuals will never experience zero gravity(Doeden, 2012).